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LEGAL NOTICES
VIRGINIA.
In the Clerk's Office of the Corpora
tion Court of the City of Alexandria,
on the 15th day of November, 1919.
Wilborn A. Foster, complainant vs.
Lydia Rakes Foster, defendant. In
Chancery No. 875.
MEMO.
The object- of this suit is to obtain
for the complainant a limited di
vorce from the defendant on the
grounds of wilful and voluntary de
sertion and abandonment' and that
upon the passage of the statutory
period of three years, sapie be merged
into an absolute divorce from the
bonds of matrimony and for general
relief.
It appearing by an affidavit filed
in this cause that the defendant is a
non-resident of this State: It is Or
dered, That said defendant appear
here within fifteen days after due
publication of this order, and do what
is necessary to protect their interest
in this suit.
Moncure, Davis & Budwesky, P. Q.
A Copy?Teste.
, NEVELL^s. GREEN AW AY,
279-4wc. ' ? , < ' Clerk.
I VIRGINIA.
In the,: Clerk's Office of the Cor=
poration Court'of*the City of Alexahr
dria, on the 15th'day of November,
1919. ?
Mary A. Phillips, complainant vs
Richard H. Phillips, defendant. In
Chancery No. 876.
MEMO.
The object of this suit is to obtain
for the complainant from the defend
i ant an absolute divorce upon Hhe
ground of wilful and voluntary deser
| tion and abandonment for more than
three years prior to the institution
of this suit; the custody of their in
( fant child Margaret A. Phillips; and
| for general relief.
It appearing by an affidavit filed
in this cause that the defendant,
Richard H. Phillips, is a non-resi
j dent of this State: It is Ordered,
| That said defendant appear here
within fifteen cfeys after due publi
cation of this order, and' do -what is
necessary to protect his interest in
, this suit.
J William P. Woolls, P. Q.
A Copy?Teste.
NEVELL S. greenaway,
279-4wc Clerk.
| VIRGINIA.
In the Clerk's Office of the Cor
poration Court of the City of.Alexan
dria, on the 18th day of November,
1919.
Robert H. Puett, Complainant vs
Quincy Puett, ^defendant. In Chancery
No. 878.
memo. : n
The object of this suit is to.obtain
I a divorce a vinculo matrimonii ;for
the complainant, Robert H. ?- Puett,
.from the defendant, Quincy Puett, on
I the ground of wilful desertion and
| abandonment without just cause * or
excuse for more than three years
prior to the institution of thi^ suit
and for general relief.
It appearing by an affidavit filed
in this cause that the "defendant
Quincy Puett, is a. non-resident of
this State. It - is Ordered, That siid
defendant appear here "within fifteen
days after due publication,-of this or
der, and do what is necessary to pro
tect her interest in this suit. / '
Charles Henry Smith, P. Q. ? ?. n {
A Copy?Teste.
NEVELL S. GREENAWAY,
279-4-wc Clerk.
legal Notices
? r ? ;
VIBGTNTA. ? ?
In the dork's Office of the Corrx>m
tion Court of the City of "Alexandria,
oil the 18th day of November, 193.9
Violet Botts Harrison, Complainant
vs. Robert Palmer Harrison, De
fendant. Ir> Chancery No. 879.
MEMO. ' ...
The object of this snit. is to ob
tain a divorce a mensa et thoro for
the Complainant, Violet Botts Harri
son, from the defendant, Robert Pal
mer Harrison, on the grounds of wil
ful desertion! and abandonment with
out just cause or excuse for a period
of less than three years and, at prop
er time, to obtain a divorce a vin
culo matrimonii, and for general re
lief.
It appearing by an affidavit filed
in this cause that the. defendant
Robert 'Palmer Harrison is a non
resident of this State: It is Ordered,
That said defendant appear here with
in fifteen days after due publication
of this order, and do what is necessary
to protect his interest in this suit.
Charles Henry Smith, P. Q.
A Copy?Teste.
NEVELL S. GREENAWAY,
279-4wc Clerk.
I VIRGINIA.
In the Clerk's Office of the Circuit
Court of the City of Alexandria, on
I the l'ath day of November, 191 ? _
Eugene Belt, complainant vs. Annie
I Belt, defendant. In Chancery No. o34.
Imemo.
The object of this suit is to obtain
! a decree granting to the complainant
an absolute divorce iTom the defen -
ant on the ground of wilful desertion
I and abandonment, for a period of more
than three , years prior to the institu
tion of this suit, and for general re
''It appearing by an affidavit filed in
this cause that the defendant Annie
i Belt is a non-resident of this State,
i is Ordered, That said defendant ap
pear here within fifteen days after
due publication of this order, and do
what is necessary to protect her in
terest in "this suit.
Thomas M. Watson, P. Q*
A Copy?Teste. ' v
NEVELL S. GREENAWAY,
. Clerk.
279-4wc
VIRGINIA. t
In the Clerk's Office of the Cor
poration Court of the City of Alex
andria, on the 12th day of November,
1919. :
Harry R. Lemerise, complainant vs.
Frances F. Lemerise, defendant. In
Char.ceTy No. 871.
memo. ' ' . . ,
The object of ..this suit is to obtain
for the complainant from the defend
ant an absolute divorce upon the
I grounds of wilful and voluntary deser
tion and abandonment for more than
three. years prior to the institution
10f this suit; the custody of their :n
] fant children Le'o and Loretta Leme
rise, and ?for'' gerieral: relief. _
It appearing by an affidavit filet
in thiscause that the defendant
I Frances F. Lemerise .:? a non-resident
' of this State': It is Ordered, That said
defendant appear here" within fifteen
I days after due publication.of this or
Ider, and do what is necessary to pro
tect her' interest in this suit
! William P. Woolls'. P.>Q. ' >"?
! a Copy?Teste. ,.
NEVELL' S.' greenaway,
274-4wc. - Clerk.
VIRGINIA:?
In the Clerks Office of the'Circuit
Court of the City of A}exindria,. on
the 15th day of November, 1919.,
' Lottie E."" Hafislip,' corriplainant ;vs
Clarence C. Haislip,. defendant;,'- In
Chancery No., 533. ? ? ?
MEMO.
The object of this suit is to obtain
for the Complainant an absolute di
vorce from the bonds of matrimony
from "Defendant on the grounds of wil
ful and .voluntary desertion- and aban
donment for more than three years
prior to the institution of this suit;
resumption of. maiden name and for
general relief.
It appearing by an affidavit filed in
this cause that the defendant Clarence
C.: Haislip is a non-resident of this
State: It is Ordered, That said de
fendant appear here .within fifteen
days afte** due .publication of this or
der, and do what is necessary to pro
tect his interest in . this suit. ,
Moncure,. Davis & Budwesky, P. Q
A Copy?Teste.
NEVELL S. GREENAWAY,
279-4wc. ' > ' ?? '? Clerk
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LEGAL NOTICES
V0RG1NLA.:
In the' ClerfcV? # Office of ,t}ir Cor
poration. Court of the City of Alex
andria. on the 29th c'ay of October,
1910.
AdoJph Jacob Bucheler, complainant
vs. Maggie Agusta Bucheler, defend
ant. In Chancery*.
MEMO.
The object o'" this suit is to obtain
a divorce a vinculo matrimonii f*?r
the complainant from the defendant
on the ground of wiiful desertion and
abandonment v.-ithout just cause or ex
cuse for more than three years prior
to the institution of this- suit, and
for general relief.
It appearing by an affidavit filed
in this cause that the defendant Mag
I gie Agusta Bucheler, is a non-resident
of. this State: It is Qrdered, That said
defendant appear here within fifteen
days after, due publication of this or
! der, and do what is necessary to pro
tect her interest in this suit.
Richard B. Washington, P. Q.
A copy?Teste
NEVELL S. GREENAWAY,
261-4we Clerk.
VIRGINIA.
In the Clerk's Office of the Cor
poration of the City of Alexandria,
on the 29th day of October, 1919.
Eva May Sylvester, complainant,
vs. Joseph Edward Sylvester, defend
ant. In Chancery.
MEMO.
The object of this suit is to ob
tain a divorce a vinculo matrimonii
from the defendant on the ground of
wilful desertion and abandonment
without just cau.sc or excuse for more
than three years prior to the insti
tution of this suit, and for general re
lief.
It appearing by an affidavit filed
in this cause that the defendant Joseph
Edward Sylvester is a non-resident of
this State: It is Ordered, That said
defendant appear here within fifteen
days after due publication of this or
der, and do what is necessary to pro
tect his interest in this suit.
Richard B. Washington, P. Q.
A copy?Teste
? NEVELL S. GREENAWAY,
20J-4wc Clerk.
VIRGINIA.
In the Clerk's Office of the Circuit
Court of the City of Alexandria, on
1st day of November, 1919.
Mea Ivimey Wood, complainant, vs.
Sidney Clark Wood, defendant. In
Chancery. S
MEMO.
The object of this suit is to obtain
for the complainant an absolute d.
vorce from the bonds of matrimony
from defendant, on the ground of wil
ful and voluntary desertion and aban
donment for more than three years
prior to the institution of this suit,
custody of infant child, resumption of
maiden name, and for general relief.
It appearing by an affidavit filed
in this cause that the defendant Sid
ney Clark Wood is a'lion-resident of
this State: It is Ordered, That said
defendant appear here within fifteen
days after-due publication of this or
der, and do what is necssary to pro^
tect'his interest in; this suit.
Moncure, Davis and Budwesky, P. Q.
! A copy?Teste.
NEVELL S. GREENAWAY,
261-4wc ?? Clerk
VIRGINIA.
In"the Glei'k's Office of the Cor
poration Court of the t)ity of Alex
andria, on the rd day of November,
1915.
Emily Jackson, complainant vs.
Milton Jackson, defendant.. In chan
cery No. 860- -
MEMO.
The object" of tfris;suit is-to obtain
for the complainant an absolute di
vorce from the defendant on the
ground of wilful desertion and aban
donment. -
It appearing by an affidavit filed
in this cause that the. defendant Mil
ton Jackson is a non-resident of this
State: It is Ordered, That said de
fendant appear hero within fifteen
days after due publication of this or
der ,and do what is necessary to pro
tect his interest in this suit.
Frederick P. Russell, P. Q
A Copv?Teste.
NEVELL S. GREENAWAY,
267-4wc Clerk,
protect his interest in this suit.
William P. Woolls, P. Q.
A Copy?Teste.
NEVE IL S. GREENAWAY,
261-4wc Clerk
?NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
The State tax bills for the year
1919 are now due and payable at the
treasurer's office, room 2, City Hall,
and tax payers are urged to make a
settlement of the same promptly and
avoid payment of the 5 per cent
penalty.
Voters are also reminded that the !
1919 capitation taxer must be paid on I
or before December 9th, 1919, to
qualify them for participation in
the general election to be held Jrrne
&th, 1920. *
THOMAS W. ROBINSON,
>68?e. o. d.?9t. City Treas.
LEGAL NOTICES
VIRGINIA.
In the Ctarl>. Office of ifc? : Cor~ j
poration Court of vue Cii.y of Aloxan
cliia- <>n the ? 3th. l.iv /'
1010.
Arthur F. Padgett, Oompiainant vs.
Ainuu H. Padgett. r^femlant. In
?Chancery No. S7'~.
MEMu.
The object of this suit is to obtain
for the Complainum. from the be- j
fendanc an absolute divorce upomihe
ground of wilful and voluntary de
sertion avid abandonment for more j
than three years prior to the insn- ?
tution of this suit, the custody ofi
their infanc child, Curtis F. Padgett,
and for general relief.
it appearing by an affidavit filed
in this cause that the defendant Anna
H. Padgett, is a non-resident of tnis
State It is Ordered, That said de
fendant appear here within fifteen
days after due publication of this or
der, and do what is ncessay.- lo procoet
her interest in this suit.
William P. Woolis, P. Q.
A Copv?Teste.
NEVELL S. GREENAWAY,
279-4wc. Cler'K..
VIRGINIA.
In the Clerk's Office of the Cor
poration Court of the City of Alex
andria, on the 10th day of November,
1019.
Hazel Lee Hall, complainant vs.
Daniel W. Hall, defendant. In Chan
cery No. 8<!4.
MEMO.
The object of this suit is to obtain
for the complainant from ihe de
fendant ?.ti absolute divorce upon the
grounds of wilful and voluntary deser
? Ion and abandonment for a period
,f more than three years prior to the
Institution of this suit; the right to
?esume h;r maiden name to-wit. Hazel
Lee Blair; and for general relief.
It appearing by an affidavit filed
in this cau<?* that the defendant
Daniel W. Ilail, is non-resident of
this State: It is Ordered, That said
defendant appear here within fifteen
days after due publication of this or
der, and do what is necessary to pro
tect his interest in this suit.
William P. Woolls. P. Q.
A Copy?Teste.
NEVELL S. GREENAWAY,.
274-4 \v=. Clerk.
VIRGINIA. ^
In the Clerk's Office of tiic Cor
poration Court of the City of Alex
andria, on the :?rd day of November,
1919.
Leonard L. Chandler, complainant,
vs. Rosa B. Cr.andier, defendant. In
Chancery No. 865
MEMO.'
The object of this suit is io obtain
!a di"orce a vinculo matrimonii for the
complainant, Leonard L. Chandler,
from defendant, Rosa B. Chandler
on the ground of wilful desertion and
abandonment without just cause or
excuse for a period, of more than
three years next preceding the insti
tution of this suit, and for general
relief.
It appearing by - an affidavit filed
in this .cause that the defendant Rosa
B. Chandler is a non-resident of this
State: It is Ordered, That said de
fendant appear here within fifteen
| days after due publication of this or
der, and do what is necessary to pro
tect her interest in this suit.
Charles Henry Smith, P. Q.
A Copv?Teste.
NEVELL S. GREENAWAY,
2G7-4wc Clerk.
VIRGINIA.
In the Clerk's Office of the Cor
poration Court of the City of Alex
andria, on the 18th day of Novem
ber, 1919.
In re: Last will and testament of
Chai-les E. Churchman, deceased.
To Golden E. Churchman, Agnes
Maxwell and the heirs at law of
Charles E. Churchman, deceased,
whose names are unknown.
It appearing by an affidavit filed
;n this cause that the names of the]
heiio at law of Charles E. Church
man are unknown:
It is ordered that said heirs of 1
j 1
i Charles E. Churchman, whose names
are unknown do appear here on the
first day of the January Term, 1920
of this court, to show cause if any
they can. why the will of Chas. E.
Churchman, deceased, heretofore pro-j
bated before the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of the City oj Alexandria, on
the IS day of September, 1918, and
now being offered on appeal from
said probate, for probate before this
Court should not be admitted to re
cord as and for the last will and test
ament of Charles E. Churchman de
ceased; and that a copy of this or
der be forthwith inserted in the Alex
andria Gazette, a newspaper published j<
in the City of Alexandria, once a j
week for four successive weeks, andj <
posted at the front door of the Court, i
hc:i?e of this city. i <
Jas. R. ar.d Harry B. Caton. and J. K. \
M. Norton, p. a. 3
A Copy, Teste:
NEVELL S. GREENAWAY,
279-4wc Clerk. '
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LEGAL I-T0TICE1
vi roim-A.
In. Okl'l'.".',, t m'k/c of Cor
poration Court r,f '^'.7 ?.;f ?' To.vp.n
diia, on the d.'iy of' N?v .-'Yibov,!
Daisy Cordelia oilfii^ compfoinatit
vs. Hoilora A.',bury Gi'Tfic. ?v-i* sn\int.
In Chancery S"2,
MEMO.
Tiie object of trip :.uil is La oniain
a clivoi-ie a mc*u?? *T- i>ioiv;fiviii the
defendant on I he ground of wilful >ie
seiiion and abandonment without just
cause or excuse from the 5th day of
March, 1?17, and for general relief.
It appearing1 by an affidavit filed
! in this cau.se- that lI.o duicndant
I Hcrtora Asbuvy Gifion in a non-resi
dent of this State: li is Ordered, iliat
said defendant appear here within
fifteen days after due publication of
this order, and do what is necessary
to protect his interest in- this suit.
; R. E. Washington, P. Q.
? A Copy?Teste.
NEVELL S. GRENAWAY,
274-4wc. Clerk.
VIRGINIA. ^ ?
T-i the Clerk's Office 01 the C.rcuit
Court of the City of Alexandria, on
the 4th day of November, 1919.
Henry C. Neal, complainant, vs.
Mamie E. Neal, /lefendant, In Chan
ccry, No. 530. ?
MEMO. . . . ..
The object of this suit is tor the
(complainant co obtain an absolute di
' vorce a vinculo matrimonii upon the
grounds of desertion.
It a wearing by an affidavit filed
;n this "cause that the defendant.
Mamie E. Neal. is non-reMuem ot tms
State: It. is Ordereu, That said de
fendant v.ppear "here within til teen
days after due publication ot this or
der, and do what is necessary to pro
tect her interest in this suit. __
WiPon J. Lambert and C. Vernon
? Ford, P. Q. A Co'>y '?est0
NEVELL S. GREENAWAY,
260-iwc ^
VIRGINIA.
In the Clerk's Office 01 tne cor
poration Court of the City of Alex
andria, on the 7th day of Novemoer,
1019. . .
Jackson Bonds, complainant, vs
Fanny Bonds, dufenuailt. in Uiancery
No. sVkS.
MEMO. . . ...
The object of this man is to ooiam
for the complainant an absolute di
vorce from the defendant on v^e
ground? <>f wiirul deserlion ana axvan
donment. .
Tt appearing by an r-ffidavit Lien
in this cause that tne defendant '!? an
nie Bends is non-resident of this
State: It is Ordered, Tnat said deie.id
ant appear ht-rc witTun fifteen nays
after duo publication ut cms ovfw-r,
and do what is ^necessary to pro**,
her interest in this suii.
Samuel D. Trtiitf, Edmund Carriogton
Frederick P. Paiss^i.. ,Q
A GREENAWAY,
27-L4WC. Clerk
VIRGINIA. ? ? ? ? ?
' In the Clerk's Office ot .the Cir
cuit Court of the City of Alexandria,
on 1st day of November, 1919. ?
Morsel! Chapman, complainant vs.
James S. Chapman, defendant. In
chancery.
MEMO.
The object of this suit is to. obtain
a divorcc a vinculo matrimonii front
the dc'nrtrnt tor the complainant, en
the grcui.d of wilful and voluntary
desertion and abandonment for more
than thr^e years prior to the time of
the filing of this suit.
It appearing by an affidavit filed
in this cause that the defendant James
S Ch'tpv an, is ncfi-resident cf. thi?
State: It is Orltied. That said de
fen;lart appear here within i fteen
davs after due publication of tm.s cr
(Per avd do what is necessary to pre
set his interest m iris suit.
Ivlmund Hill, J1** B. Q*
A ropy?Teste.
?? E7ELL S. GREEN A WAV.
261-4wp Cievk'
VIRGIN'A.
In the Clerk's Office of the Cir
cuit Court of the City of Alexan
dria, on the 11th day of November,
1919.
Hilda Smith Dieloerson vs. Joseph
Dickerson. In Chancery No. 531.
MEMO.
The object of this suit is to obtain
a divorce a vinculo matrimonii from
the defendant on the grounds of wil
ful and voluntary desertion and aban
donment for more than *-hree >ear.->
prior to the time of the filing of this
suit. ,
It appearing by an affidavit fileo
in this cause that the defendant ^
Joseph Dickerson .is non-resident of j
this State: It is Ordered, That said
defendant appear here within fifteen
lays after due publication1 of this or
>r. and do what is necessary to pro
tect his interest in this sir.'-.
Edmund Hill, Jr., P- Q
A Copv?Teste.
NEVELL P. GREENAWAY,
27-1-4wc. Clerk.
' /
LEGAL NOTICES
\!R'}l VIA.
In. tfw* r;iovkV Office of the Gov
pcv;;tso i Co""~r. of the City of Alexan
dria, on the 2?th uuy of U. tober, J919
Tnomar- Rotehford KVDy, complain
ant vs. Gertrude F>. L. Ki-'by, dff<md
ant. In Chantey.
MEMO ' '
Tiie object of this suit is io obtain
for Ihc: complainant from tno. iie~'.
ferula a an abrolute uivoiCO upon
;the ground of wilful desolation and .
abandonment for a poriod of more
than three vtars prior to the. insii
Uuiou of this suit, and for general
relief. t
It appearing by an affidavit filed
in this i.ause ihac the defendant
Geitrude }. L. Kirby is a non-resi
dent of this State: It is Ordered,
That taia defendant appear before
within fifteen days after due publica
tion of this order, and do what ip ne-v
?jossary to protect her interest in tiiir,
,uit.
Wm. P. Woolls, P. Q.
A copy?Teste
NEVELL S. GREENAWAY,' *
jr,i-4wc Cleric.
VIRGINIA.
In the Clerk's Office of the Cor- <
poration Court of the City of Alex
indria, on the 12th day 6.C November I
1019.
Theresa Marie King, complainant I
vs Patrick Joseph King, defendant. (
? m Chancery Np. 870. ?
MEMO.
The oij.iect of this suit is to obtain
for the complainant from the defend
ant an absolute divorce upon the
grounds if wilful and voluntary de
;ertioi: r.nd abandonment for more
han three years prior to the insti- ]
Lution of this suit and for general re
lief. -
It appearing by an affidavit filed
in this cause that the defendant Pat
rick .Joseph King is non-resident of
I this Stat;?: It is Ordered, That said 4
j defendant appear here within fifteen
Jays after due publication of this or
der, and do what is necessary to pro
tect his in rarest in this suit.
William P. Woolls, P. Q.
A Copy?Teste.
NEVELL S. GREENAWAY, !
j 274-4 wc Clerk.
I VIRGINIA.
In the Clerk's Office of the Cor
poration Court of the City of Alex
| andria, on the 3rd day of November,
i 1019.
f Lillian Couleur vs. hdward P.
Couleur, In Cnancery No. 8G7.
MEMO.
The object of this suit is to obtain
. for the complainant a divorce a mesne 1
! H thoro from tiie defendant, Edward 1
' P Couleur, avid for general relief.
J It appearing oy an affidavit filed
i in this cruse mat the defendant Ed
i ward 1". Couleur is a non-resident of
?
? this State: it is Uidered, That said
^defendant appear here within fifteen
' Jays after due publication of this or
! der, and do v>hat is:nedcssary to pro
tect i.is interest in this suit.
Frederick P. Russell, F. Q.
A v.bpy?Teste.
NEVELL 3. GREENAWAY',
2G7.-4wc ? Clerk.
i Virginia;
In tiie Cierk's Office of the Cor
poration Court of the City of Alex
andria, on the 20ti day .of October,
1010.
.Maud T. Marbury, complainant vs. <
Sommerville Marbury, defendant. In
Chancery.
MEMO.
The object of this suit is to obtain
for the complainant from defend
ant, an absolute divorce upon.; the
ground of wilful and voluntary de
sertion and abandonment for more
than three years prior to the insti- j
tution of-this suit, and for general 1
relief.
It appearing by an affidavit filed
in this cause that the defendant Som
merville Marbury is a non-resident of
this State: It is Ordered, That said
defendant appear here within fifteen
days after due publication of this or
der, ar>y do what is necessary to
VIRGINIA.
In the Clerk's Office of the Cor
poration Court of the City of Alexan
dria, on the 5th day of November,
1010.
Matilda May Coughlin, complainant,
vs. Richai-d Coughlin, defendant. In
Chancery, No. 8G0.
MEMO.
The object of this suit is to obtain
a divorce a vinculo matrimonii on the
ground of wilful desertion and aban
donment without just cause or excuse
for more than three years prior to
the institution of this suit and for
general relief.
It appearing by an affidavit filled
in this cause that " the defandent
Richard Coughlin is non-resident of
this Stato: It is Ordered, That said
defendant appear here within fifteen
days after due publication of this or
der, and do what is necessary to pro
tect his interest in this suit.
R. E. Washington, P. Q.
A copy?Teste.
NEVELL S GREENAWAY,
266-4wc Clerk.

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